Maximum: 6 adults plus 4 child/children
Maya is a sweet house located in a quiet area in Sintra Natural Park. It is a lovely choice for families, sleeping 6 adults and 4 children and walking distance from restaurants and shops.
The property is furnished in traditional Portuguese style with terracotta tiles, wood furniture and colourful china and paintings creating a welcoming, homely atmosphere.
There are 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. One of the rooms has bunk beds and a single bed, with pull out bed underneath, perfect for accommodating children who are happy to share.
Outside, there is a lawned area around the swimming pool and plenty of sunloungers for the whole family as well as a barbeque and outside dining area.
Praia das Maçãs beach is just 2.5 km away and a handful of restaurants, and a supermarket are just 1km away from this charming property. Sintra is well worth exploring with ancient castles, sumptuous palaces, the monastery that blends with the ancient forest and massive granite boulders of Roca Cape, the most westerly point of mainland Europe.
Rental License 76430
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